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From snowflakes to serenades, Main Street shines bright this season

Village by: Joanne Kountourakis, December 20, 2022

The Dickens Carolers on Main Street this past Sunday.

Northport Village continues to live up to its small town character this season, with nods to the holidays all around Main Street, from themed trees outside of local small businesses to the red wrapping paper adorned meters indicating free parking into the New Year, bright lights and snowflakes high above the Village streets, and that now famously photographed lobster trap tree (thank you, baymen!).

On Sunday, the Dickens Carolers made their way down Main Street, stopping in local businesses to serenade shoppers, eventually landing by the harbor where they spread joy by handing out candy canes to their younger spectators.

The Northport Chamber of Commerce organized the event and, with the help of community sponsors, are responsible for the white snowflakes strung across Main Street and Woodbine Avenue this year.

The Chamber thanks the following businesses and community members who sponsored the holiday snowflakes throughout Northport Village. On behalf of Northport community residents and all visitors to the Village, we'd like to extend our gratitude as well, to all those helping to make the holidays a little brighter this year.

Phil and Nancy Weber and Family
The John Engeman Theater
Main Street Café/Darin Parker
Dr. Ronald Iannacone
Cow Harbor Realty/James Izoo
Seymour’s Boatyard/Dave Weber
Coach Realtors/Janet Hoeft
Douglas Elliman-Huntington
Community Member
The Vanderbilt Museum and Planetarium
Copenhagen Bakery and Café
Horseneck Associates/Joe Schmitz
Signature Premier Properties
Nest on Main Street
Douglas Elliman/Catherine Lindstadt and Cary Bianculli
The Observer/Jennifer Ambro
Joe Schramm and Steve Lohlein
Artisan House
Salted. On the Harbor/ Wine Cellar on Main
The Tin Rooster/Susan Dittrich

The much-lauded lobster trap tree at night. Photograph by Lauren Pluchino.